The program is relatively small and its key strengths are general management and entrepreneurship.
The school has an international orientation and relies on the Opus Dei philosophy, which emphasizes corporate social responsibility and a management approach focusing on people. The average age of students in the program is young compared to other European programs (27).
As part of the admission process, the school offers candidates the option of a preparatory informational interview before submitting an application. Applications may be submitted in English or in Spanish.
Alumni include the following individuals, with current or past positions in parentheses: Juan Antonio Samaranch (President of the International Olympic Committee), William MacDonald (CEO of Lazard), Ruben Bonet (CEO of Fractus) and Rafael Villaseca Marco (CEO of Gas Natural SDG).